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'The Real Ghostbusters'
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'Special Unit 2'
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Capone's control and interests within organized crime diminished rapidly after his imprisonment, and he was no longer able to run the Outfit after his release. He had lost weight, and his physical and mental health had deteriorated under the effects of neurosyphilis. He had become mentally incapable of resuming his gang activity.
In 1946, his physician and a Baltimore psychiatrist performed examinations and concluded that Capone then had the mental capability of a 12-year-old child. He often raved about Communists, foreigners, and George Moran, who he was convinced was still plotting to kill him from his Ohio prison cell.
On January 21, 1947, Capone had a stroke. He regained consciousness and started to improve but contracted pneumonia on January 24. He suffered a fatal cardiac arrest the next day. He died in his home in Miami Beach, Florida, surrounded by his family, including his wife, who collapsed at the scene.
But that would not prove to be the end of ol' Scarface, at least not in the TV Universe. No matter what TV dimension, you can't keep a good bad guy down...... Two for Tuesday!